Lattice platforms for performing quantum computations


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Michael Freedman , Chetan Nayak , Kirill Shtengel

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Apparatus and methods for performing quantum computations are disclosed. Such apparatus and methods may include identifying a first quantum state of a lattice having a system of quasi-particles disposed thereon, moving the quasi-particles within the lattice according to at least one predefined rule, identifying a second quantum state of the lattice after the quasi-particles have been moved, and determining a computational result based on the second quantum state of the lattice. Various platforms can be used to physically implement such a quantum computer. Platforms include an optical lattice, a Josephson junction array, a quantum dot, and a crystal structure. Each platform comprises an appropriate array of associated sites that can be used to approximate a desired Kagome geometry. A charge controller is desirably electrically coupled to the platform so that the array may be manipulated as desired. A computing device may be coupled to the charge controller and/or the platform to provide instructions and support, record measurements, and make calculations, for example. More... »

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